Another Romans 1:22 moment
Debunking Christianity, which occasionally has some good discussions, typically provides daily proof of Romans 1:22. Today is not exception, with this post, in which the author concludes his argument with “Therefore, it cannot be the nonbelievers’ fault for willfully choosing to reject God.” It is wasted effort, however, as the very first proposition is flawed. He assumes that to make a choice to disbelieve in God must be irrational if God exists.
However, I don’t think this is the case at all. Just follow Paul’s line of thought in Romans 1. Man doesn’t begin a fool, he (or her, for that matter) becomes a fool by his decisions. But then, I’m sure the author wouldn’t give any weight to Paul’s argument in the first place, as his conversion, so to speak, is already complete.
It is still beyond me how people can direct so much energy into not believing something. I tend to think many of them have “jilted lover” syndrome.